Le Moulin du Chateau
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We awoke to a fantastically clear bright morning, but bitterly cold. The first time I have worn a coat over my dressing gown and a hat to go for a shower!
We set off for our journey ...
... a yummy dinner upstairs at a table in an open room looking out at the distant steep mountain sides rising up from the green river below. With a couple from Minnesota named Jan and Brian, we shared a large table and lots of great conversation that made the evening interesting. After our wine, bread, cheese and jelly appetizer on the table outside by the border of wildflowers, we moved into the warmth of the enclosed room, heating the ...
... on either side with clear turquoise water and the sun shining, perfect. We had the pedalos for an hour and when we turned around half way Ruby was obviously keen to have a bit of a swim and I think wanted me or Jess to go in with her. Since we had two pedalos this wasn't really possible and after a bit of umming and aahing she eventually bit the bullet and just jumped in herself (with a lifejacket on of course) and was swimming around ...
... dishes that could have been cooked for family. For dessert we had a moist chocolate cake with peaches in it which was also delicious. We left feeling pleasantly full and glad that it hadn’t been a very heavy meal since it was so hot out. We made a reservation for Wednesday night and thought we could check out their menu again and see if they had anything different to try out.
Tuesday we spent most of the day relaxing in camp, catching up ...
... verdict: 'it smells like a retirement village’).
Afterwards, on the way to the Gorge du Verdon, we drove through more postcard perfect villages and the heartland of French gliding in the Alps of Upper Provence (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence). We stopped en route to wave at half a dozen gliders having great fun zooming around in the thermals.
Next we drove along the Gorge du Verdon, a 25km long limestone ...